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17th Oct 2011
Here at 7sense, we’ve been thinking about online image. Having a great website which clearly markets your products or service is beneficial in so many ways.

For starters, people surfing the net and not expecting to come across your website get a really good gist of who you are and what you offer if your website is clearly mapped with lots of eye catching imagery; even if they spend less than five minutes on your website. Later, this can turn into business if they can recall parts of your website that really impressed them!

If someone comes across your website through a search engine, chances are they’re looking for something in particular that you offer. But this doesn’t mean your website shouldn’t be less eye catching, or your products as well presented. In fact, it’s even more important that your products or details of your service come across well; it can be the deal clincher.

So having a really clearly mapped and attractive website is a pretty basic and obvious way of drawing in customers, but how about that final step of a sale? People can be indecisive when it comes to purchasing, so cutting out that step and making it easier for them to buy is a great marketing tactic!

How about introducing an E-commerce module to your website? The template enables you to add products to your website; meaning your website is current and up-to-date with what is in stock and what isn’t. It also means that once a new and exciting product becomes available, you can start selling it to the general public immediately!

E-commerce is a fuss free way of selling online. But not only this, e-commerce websites incorporate the latest features that will get your website seen in Search Engines, so it can actually draw customers to your website, too.

Take a look at this page for more information: www.7sense.co.uk//web/ecommerce/ , or alternatively, get in touch with us today!

Tags: Search engine / Webdesign / Website / E-commerce

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